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Album Review

Mexican singer/actress/dancer Patricia Manterola teamed up with talented producers and composers to introduce a contemporary mix of Afro-Caribbean and dance/pop rhythms, including a crossover attempt. While her first goal has been accomplished, the second failed to deliver memorable songs. However, this record features the catchy hit single "Que El Ritmo No Pare," including an English version called "The Rhythm," and two additional Spanish-language versions titled "Que Mexico No Pare," (Don't Stop Mexico) and "Que El Futbol No Pare," (Don't Stop Soccer) as a tribute to her native country and its most popular sport. Tropical meet Latin pop "Salsa," Latin club/dance "Ojos Negros," and bolero "Tu Mi Luz," emerge as three of her best songs.


Genre: Latino

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Mexican singer/actress Patricia Manterola (born Patricia Manterola Carrion) debuted in show business at the age of nine while playing a role in the musical Ana, la Huerfanita (Annie). Soon after, she had the opportunity to participate in a record sponsored by a TV show called Juguemos a Cantar. The promising young artist attended singing and dancing classes before meeting local producer Luis de Llano, who was assembling a new outfit called Garibaldi. In addition to joining the Latin pop vocal group,...
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